Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) is our favorite type of glassware. This Antique glass comes in many forms including goblets, bowls, vases, plates, compotes, butter dishes as well as complete table sets and unusual whimsy items. We have glass from most of the popular glass companies including: Adams, Cambridge, Central, Consolidated, Challinor, Dithridge, Doyle, Dugan, Diamond, Duncan, Fostoria, Heisey, Hobbs, Jefferson, McKee, Mt Washington, New Martinsville, Northwood, Portland Glass, Riverside, Pairpoint, Tarentum, Tiffin and US Glass.
Cute individual cream pitcher in the Hobnail with Thumbprint Base pattern by Doyle Glass Co circa 1880s.
This creamer is 3 1/4 inches tall at the spout and 2 3/8 inches across the point and scallop rim. It is in good condition with no chips, cracks or stains.
This is one of my favorites out of a large estate lot of shakers that I am listing. It has an unusual method of dispensing the salt or pepper. The condiment comes out of the bottom of the shaker.
This bullet shaped glass and metal shaker is 2 5/8 inches t..
A fabulous Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) Tobacco Jar from McKee Glass circa 1897. The pattern is Gladiator.
This large antique pressed glass jar is 5 1/8 inches wide and is 7 1/8 inches tall to the rim of the jar and 9 inches tall with the lid on. The outside o..
Early American Pattern Glass Spooner in the popular Beaded Grape Medallion, Banded pattern by Boston Silver Glass Co. 1869-1871.
I have Beaded Grape Medallion items available, all slightly different. This spooner is 5 3/8 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches across the to..
Beautiful Blue Opalescent Tri-Corner Vase in the Jefferson Stripe pattern by Jefferson Glass Company of Steubenville Ohio from 1900-1906.
This vase has vertical stripes which swirl slightly running from the bottom until about 1 inch from the top rim. There it is solid..
Beautiful antique whimsey bowl in the Daisy and Plume pattern from Dugan Glass Company.
This white opalescent footed bowl is flared with 8 gentle scallops. It has a beautiful white opalescence on the edges and is clear in the center. The pattern con..
Beautiful Amber bowl in the Hobnail with Fan Edge pattern by Doyle Glass Co circa 1880s.
It measures 4 3/4 inches across and 1 3/4 inches tall. It is in good condition with no chips, cracks or stains.
Handled Nappy in the Sandwich Pattern by Duncan & Miller Glass Company, Washington, PA. Manufactured from 1924 to 1955.
This crystal clear nappy is 6 inches across and has 2 sections for serving different types of relish or nuts.
It is in good conditio..
Eagle Glass Coraopolis Sugar Shaker or Muffineer circa 1890-1900.
Beautiful pattern featuring a raised floral design which has a light wash of pink on the flowers and green on the leaves leaves. There is beading around the rim and a band of fleur-di-lis around the bo..
Presenting a great EAPG bread plate. The pattern is Atlantic, by Doyle and Company, Pittsburgh, PA. Identification (plus picture) of the piece and pattern can be found in the publication, Pressed Glass in America, Encyclopedia of the First Hundred Years: 1825-1925, (p. 24..
Early American Pattern Glass Bowl or Compote in the Finecut and Block Pattern. This pattern was made by King, Son and Co circa 1890. Also Model Flint Glass Co; Us Glass Co. 1981.
This pretty amber bowl appears to be a compote missing it's lid, though it..
Wonderful Early American Pattern Glass Butter dish in a striking golden Amber.
The maker and date are undetermined. There is a butter dish matching this one on eapgpatterns.com identified as Elson's no. 90 circa 1877. Other EAPG experts have told me..
Beautiful Amber Glass EAPG Cream Pitcher and Spoon Holder. The maker and exact date of production are undetermined. There is a butter dish and creamer matching this pattern on eapgpatterns.com identified as Elson's no. 90 circa 1877. Other EAPG exp..
Pretty Early American Pattern Glass Butter dish in the Beaded Grape Medallion pattern by Boston Silver Glass Co. 1869-1871.
It is 5 3/4 inches across and 4 inches to the top of the finial.
Condition: The base has a few small rim chips, that are on the und..